Your PF100 flame.

dmaclaren Posted By dmaclaren, Feb 21, 2011 at 11:12 PM

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  1. Skippydo

    Skippydo
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    Sep 30, 2008
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    How we have gone round and round with these switch settingw....you are right on with the # 1-2-3
    I run mine with 1@2 on, and three off........works great for my pf100.....
     
  2. dmaclaren

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    1 & 2 on? Do you use the manual or auto start? I always get a little smoke smell on the start so I burn manual. I have found on the manual the heat never moves 1 degree in the house, it's constant. I have never been more comfortable. And, I am at a decent usage.


    What about the others settings
     
  3. Skippydo

    Skippydo
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    Yes, 1 @ 2 ON, start in auto and once started, switch to manual, and there it stays till I
    clean. Every once in awhile I will get a burn out, no flame....it has always been the ESP
    probe being dirty, clean with rag ( little wet if needed), and insert back in...I also take
    advantage while I am there, to clean behind the combustion fan which I scrabe with a small
    flat trowel, and the fins with a metal tooth brush (after I am done with cleaning my teeth...
    haha not really.)
     
  4. Skippydo

    Skippydo
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    Exoilburner:
    Hi, nice seeing you in here again....spring is on its way, after we get rid of the
    snow that we got today...and tonight.....I can smell it in the air, I think!!
     
  5. exoilburner

    exoilburner
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    Dec 23, 2008
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    Hey Red,
    The weather here is about the same as yours. Had to mow the lawn a couple of weeks ago; now its got snow on it. I'm ready for spring.
     
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